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New Imaging Tool Could Improve Diagnostics and Food Safety

News   Feb 06, 2020 | Original story from USC

 
New Imaging Tool Could Improve Diagnostics and Food Safety

Spectrally encoded enhanced representations (SEER) technology by USC works up to 67 times faster with 2.7 times greater definition than other techniques. Credit: Francesco Cutrale, USC

 
 
 

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